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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 9 - Pearson [Unit 9: English in the world]

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Giải bài tập tiếng Anh 9 - Pearson [Unit 9: English in the world], gồm các phần: PHONETICS - VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR - SPEAKING - READING - WRITING và giải bài tập kiểm tra.

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A. PHONETICS
 
I/ 1. ↗      2.↘      3. ↘     4. ↗     5. ↗
 
II/
1. a. ↘  b. ↗      2. a. ↗    b. ↘       3. a. ↗    b. ↘      4. a. ↘    b. ↗     5. a. ↗   b. ↘
 
B. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
 
I/ 1. accent        2. look up        3. get by         4. translate
5. rusty             6. guess           7. correct         8. dialects  
 
II/ 1. correct    2. Practise     3. Make        4. review       5. catch     6. look
7. translate        8. learn       9. share       10. brainstorm   11. Record   12. imitate
 
III/ 1. flexible       2. write down         3. include          4. helpful
       5. without       6. divide                7. Think of         8. Go back
 
IV/ 1. My IT skills are a bit rusty now.
2. I think Paul is bilingual in English and Italian.
3. For many people, English is not their mother tongue.
4. In London, you can pick up the language.
5. You should try to guess the meaning of words rather than going straight to for your dictionary.
6. If you are Vietnamese learning English, you can imitate a native English speaker.
7. Whenever you find a new word, try to predict the meaning and then look it up the dictionary.
8. I attend a multinational class.
9. Although spent only two months learning Korean. I could gel by in Korean when 1 was in Seoul last summer.
10. In India, English is regarded as the official language.
 
V/  1. invited       2. could help         3. would email        4. had
      5. were         6. had                   7. made             8. would buy
     9. had - would get     10. didn’t work - wouldn’t have
 
VI/
1. rains-won’t be able        2. see-will give               3. had - would take up
4. were - could be             5. don’t have - will go    6. were - would go
7. have - will come        8. could cook - would earn     9. is - will you buy
10. had - would disappear
 
VIII/
1. would be     2. had           3. won    4. would you remember
5. would need     6. could sunbathe    7. would you buy     8. was
9. would come     10. might lend   11.  could have     12. could go
 
IX/ 1. If I knew the answer, I would tell you.
2. I would make an omelette if there were some eggs.
3. If I were cleverer, I would be a doctor.
4. If I had some spare time, I would learn French.
5. If I didn’t have a headache, I could go/ would be able to go swimming.
 
X/  1.B      2. A     3. D      4. B     5. C     6. A
 
XI/ 1. I have a friend whose mum is a volunteer worker.
2. It is a camping shop which has a lot of good equipment.
3. The rescue operation which was arranged by a charity organisation was a success.
4. My uncle who/ that is a fire fighter visited us last weekend.
5. 2015 is the year when my sister became a nurse.
6. The storm which started at 2 o’clock this morning caused a lot of damage.
7. Nick is my classmate who/ that I’ve known for a long time.
 
C. READING
 
I/ 1. It plays an important role in everyday life in India.
2. Because there are innumerable regional languages in different states.
3. They communicate with each other in English for their everyday work.
4. English remains a major medium of instruction in schools.
5. Because people from different states communicate with each other in English.
 
II/
Task 1. 1. from about the 9th century         2. in the 14th century
3. by the end of the 17th century                 4. 1755 5. in the 1930s
6. after World War II          7. 1989               8. in the 1990s
 
Task 2
1. They are Old English, Middle English, Early Modern English, Modem English and Late Modem English.
 
2. French became the official language when the Normans invaded England in 1066.
 
3. They came from the region which is now Sweden, Norway, and Denmark.
 
4. English literature began to develop during the period of Middle English.
 
5. They were French. Latin and English.
 
6. They were written in English.

7. English became an international language for the first time as/when the British Empire grew in the 19th century.
 
8. There are about one billion speakers.
 
III/
Task 1
1. one billion people           2. 600 million people
3. the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Irish Republic and the Republic of South Africa
4. 60%           5. 80%          6. 75%
 
Task 2
1. Languages, especially English, make distances between different countries seem less.
2. English is used in politics and diplomacy, science and technology, business and trade, sport and pop music.
3. It is taught at schools, colleges and universities as a foreign language.
4. It is a long and slow process that takes a lot of time and work.
 
IV/
Task 1.
1. Because good pronunciation will help people understand your spoken English clearly.
2. We should read the text, then read the text out loud, trying to imitate the pronunciation we hear in the audio.
3. For the first time, we read slowly and focus on pronouncing each word correctly, and for the second time, we read faster and focus on making your English flow, speaking each sentence with a natural rhythm.
4. We should try saying it in a complete sentence.
5. We should watch films in English with English subtitles to learn English conversation patterns.
 
Task 2     
1. imitate    2. pronounce    3. flow     4. rhythm     5. Subtitles
 
V/ 1. A      2. A       3. C      4. B     5. C    6. D     7. B     8. D     9. C    10. C
 
VI/ 1.B     2. C     3. A        4. D       5. D  

D. SPEAKING     

1.C     2. H       3. F      4. B       5. G       6. D      7. A     8. E
 
E. WRITING     

1.E     2. F        3. H         4. A      5. F      6. B       7. G     8. D
 
TEST 1 (Unit 9) 
 
I+II/   1.D    2.C      3. B      4. B       5. A  
 
III/ 6. C    7. D     8. B      9. A     10. D    11. A    12. D    13. D    14. D   15. B
 
IV/ 16. come across    17. Look up     18. use    19. collocations     20. say
 
V/
21. If we didn’t any languages, we couldn’t communicate/ communication would be impossible.
22. If we didn’t have languages, we couldn’t leave knowledge to our younger generations.
23. If we didn’t have senses, we couldn’t learn languages.
24. If we didn’t have our sense of sight, we couldn’t read the written language.
25. If there weren’t logos for big companies, their goods couldn’t be recognized in every nation.
 
VI/ 26. C   27.D    28. A    29. C    30. B    31. D    32. A    33. D   34.B   35. C
 
VII/ 36. B    37. A     38. C     39. D    40. C
 
VIII/ 41. B     42. E     43. G     44. A      45. D
 
IX/ 46. English plays an important role in our everyday life.
47. English is widely used in international communication for everyday work.
48. Students who want to go abroad for education will have to learn English well.
49. It is the language of science, and you need to know English to be good at science.
50. English is the main language of instruction for international students in universities and colleges.
 
TEST 2 (Unit 9)

I+II/ 1. D   2. C     3. B      4. D     5. C
 
III/ 6. D   7. B     8. D     9. B     10. C    11. D   12. C   13. C   14. A   15. D
 
IV/16. interests     17. underline     18 .Look    19. Use     20. make
 
V/ 21. The simplest definition of language which is widely accepted is that “language is the means of communication”.
 
22. There are about one billion people who use English as the lingua franca of international communication.
 
23. Differences between laneuages which are explained in course books can cause some problems to learners.

24. A great number of people whose native language is not English speak English as a foreign language.
 
25. English which has been regarded as a lingua franca enjoys more universality than anv other language.
 
VI/ 26. A    27. D    28. A    29. C    30. D    31. A    32. D    33. D    34. B   35. A
 
VII/  36. D    37. B    38. A    39. C     40. D
 
VIII/ 41.D    42. F     43. C    44. B    45. E
 
IX/ 46. English is the most spoken official language in the world.
47. It is the primary language used in international affairs.
48. English is indisputably the primary language of global trade and commerce.
49. English is the dominant language in the digital age.
50. In universities and colleges in the English-speaking countries, the primary language of instruction is English.
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